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  • The Do Market

    This Saturday 26th November, join us at E5 Bakehouse in London Fields for the Do Market. Once again we've teamed up with an inspiring group of brands and individuals who share a commitment to craftsmanship and innovation for an alternative Christmas market experience in London. Joining us will...

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    Posted by Anya on Wednesday November 23, 2016

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  • Autumn News

    We’ve had a busy summer of book releases, festivals and other events. Highlights include two Do authors - Alan Moore and Jen Goss - speaking at the prestigious Hay Literary Festival (you can download a recording of their talk here), an inspiring talk from Gavin Strange at the UAL's Graduate Futures Week,...

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    Posted by Anya on Tuesday September 27, 2016

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  • What's New

    We're excited to announce three new additions to the Do Books collection. All published on 5th May 2016. For news about launch events, festival appearances - including the Hay Literary Festival - head to our Twitter and Instagram feeds.   Do Fly: Find your way. Make a living. Be your...

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    Posted by Miranda on Friday March 11, 2016

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  • And breathe...

    We're delighted to announce the release of this year's new titles: Do Breathe and Do Beekeeping.  Author of Do Breathe, Michael Townsend Williams spoke at the Do Lectures in Wales last year. His talk reminded us that while it's fine to take on those massive projects and Do more, we owe it to ourselves to...

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    Posted by Miranda on Monday May 11, 2015

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  • Best Intentions

    This month we’re in commissioning and development mode, while Do Breathe and Do Beekeeping are in the hands of copy-editors and designers (out May).  Finding new voices and conceiving books that otherwise might not get published is what really motivates us. Usually the authors aren't 'famous', many aren't even writers...

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  • What's New?

      When does a Startup stop being a 'startup'? How many books form a fully-fledged series? These are some questions for us to ponder as we emerge from a busy few months of editing, designing, printing and shipping. We gave a running high-five to our first anniversary back in May. And...

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  • Do Australia

    This spring, as we Brits emerge from a damp winter with record rainfall, our heads have most definitely been turned by the golden glow of Australia as preparations hot up for the inaugural Do Lectures taking place later this month.  And we have more exciting news to share....

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  • The Magic Happens Inbetween

    Anyone who has attended the Do Lectures knows that some of the best bits happen inbetween the talks. It’s in the pub or over dinner when you fall into conversation with a fellow attendee. Only when they get up on stage the next day do you realise they...

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  • Do Purpose

    Last month we found ourselves up on the third floor of a dusty Victorian warehouse towards East London.  The building was once the headquarters of lead and glass merchants, George Farmiloe & Sons, one of Clerkenwell’s longest established firms. We were exhibiting at Best of Britannia - a 3-day...

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  • From Paper Mill to Readmill

    This year’s Do Lectures in Wales was a bit different. For the first time the event was themed – Do Startup. Early on the attendees were divided into groups and asked to start a business. We landed in a group captained by Mark Shayler whose brief was ‘How...

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